Anna Kim starred in the short film, Where the Sea Disappears, as Jennifer, a woman who struggles with her loneliness in a foreign land and her relationship with her native husband. She also plays a supporting role in #ModelsWanted, as Sofia Park, who is an FBI agent trying to help bring down a human trafficking ring.
Anna studied the Meisner technique at Maggie Flanigan Studio’s Two-Year Conservatory Program with Charlie Sandlan and Karen Chamberlain. She has also studied the Adler technique at the Stella Adler Studio with Deborah Kym.
Anna’s favorite contemporary roles include Rosannah DeLuce from Cindy Lou Johnson’s play, Brilliant Traces; Rachel from Jonathan Demme’s, Rachel Getting Married; and Amanda from Amy Herzog’s play, 4000 Miles.
Family-oriented, Anna golfs and skis to enjoy time with her loved ones. She also enjoys learning languages and traveling and has studied Korean, Mandarin, Japanese, and Spanish. Some of her favorite travel experiences were in Menton, France, and Lake Atitlán, Guatemala. Anna challenges herself by studying voice, singing, pole dancing, Pilates, etc. A lover of great cuisine, Anna can be found baking cookies, cooking Korean cuisine.